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phone messages in his perjury trial. what prosecutors want to use them to prove. >> a floater. >> reporter: from 94 to 2003 giants slugger barry bonds had an affair with kimberly bell. prosecutors want those tapes as evidence that he was becoming aggressive. the suggestion that he was experiencing roid rage. the messages range in tone, some are sweet, in one he says i'm calling to wish you a happy valentines ' bah because you are worth all that, love to you baby, peace. other messages filled with swearing as bonds trying to track bell down, time after time. quote, kim, i just paged you, now i'm missed -- i don't give a blank what you better just find me. if i page you better drop everything and call me back. kim, i'm starting to get upset. very upset. where in the blank are you? pick up the phone, call you tomorrow. i'm beyond the word missed. in a motion the defense argues that the recordings shouldn't be admissible because they are irrelevant, prejudicial and a waste of the court's time. the defense said that is because there is no reference to performance enhancing drugs in
for us here in california? well experts say it is highly unlikely than any radiation could reach our coast, most of it will diffuse in the air, and the rest will drop into the pacific. >> when you dissolve salt into water what happens? while delusion is not the solution in this case, it is going to make it so you really can't measure it. >> reporter: while it's unlikely we'll be exposed to 2 radiation from japan what about our own nuclear reactors here in california. are the diablo canyon and santa nobody lay plants strong enough to withstand a tsunami. well it depends who you ask. just 60 miles from the san andreas plant is the diablo canyon nuclear plant. for 25 years it has turned out electricity. they say this will withstand any earthquake up to a 7.5. >> like all u.s. nuclear reactors they are over built. >> they operate the plant supplying electricity to 1 1/2 million house holds, edison says its plant can withstand anything up to a 7.0 and it has a 30-foot wall to hold off a potential tsunami. >> when we talk about with standing, certainly you're not infeignedding to operate t
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